Sadly there have been NO changes at Tiger Truck Stop for Tony the tiger. I'm sorry there was ONE, they repainted part of his cage with that horrible shipyard grey besides that NOTHING else. We have got to start sending letters again guys. PLEASE start with Mr. Ourso firstname.lastname@example.org the parish president, then Maria Davidson email@example.com and then let's not forget about Governor Bobby Jindal http://www.gov.louisiana.gov/index.cfm?md=form&tmp=email_governor
Sadly Iberville Parish thinks that we have all gone away with our tails tucked help me show them that until Tony is taken care of humanely that we are NEVER going away. We have to show them that we are the voice for Tony and that we truly care about him unlike his owner Michael Sandlin http://www.myspace.com/papatiger
We stand strong in numbers please do not give up on Tony, he needs us. Please forward this to everyone you know and ask them to please get involved so together we can make a difference, TONY is counting on us. If not us then who? www.FreeTony.com
Monday, June 01, 2009
Dear Mr. J. Mitchell Ourso,
I wanted to find out what is going on concerning Tony the Tiger at Tiger Truck Stop? It has now been three months since the last council meeting and the only thing they have done concerning Tony is repaint the cage with that god awful shipyard gray. I have been by there several times and have seen nothing being done that would or could be considered as improvements to better the quality of his life. Clearly Michael Sandlin is not going to do anything willingly regardless of what he says and for whatever reason no authority figure is making him do any improvements. Is there some reason for this? The reason I pushed this issue as far as I did was for Tony and now it seems that the parish has forgotten about him again.
I would really appreciate if you would email me a copy of the revised ordinance concerning wildlife such as Tony. Please send me an update on this matter as you know it is very important to me and others that care about the welfare of all animals.
For the cats,
Carole Baskin, CEO of Big Cat Rescue
an Educational Sanctuary home
to more than 100 big cats
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